|Strategizing Practices from the Outliers: Enabling "Big Bang" Innovations|
The aim of this event is to enable conversations about radical change and strategic innovation. Many organizations are struggling to reinvent themselves to cope with the uncertain and fast-changing business world. Many of these organizations have simply become too big, or too slow, to manage effectively. A great deal is known about the process of continuous improvement, and there are plenty of examples of fast-followers who have mastered such techniques as benchmarking and reverse engineering. However, truly transformational change – the form of change that is needed more than ever — is hard to achieve and is poorly understood.
One important way of thinking constructively and creatively about large-scale change is to look at the outliers – the deviant organizations that are deliberately taking a different path, or working from a different set of assumptions. Such organizations are a source of inspiration and insight. They promote a much richer conversation than what is possible with a discussion of traditional best-practice organizations.
Experience of outliers-'deviant' organizations that are deliberately taking a different path, or working from a different set of assumptions.
Strategies that enable large-scale, transformative innovation.
Who should attend
March 20-23, 2013